How this got on The CW, I have no idea. There isn't a teeny bopper in it. It is an intelligent look at a family of loan sharks - how they run the business; their priorities; their scams; their dangers; and for the one son, his ethical dilemmas as he plays the heavy against the lower class in South Nile. Laurie Metcalf perfectly plays the boss and matriarch who loves her kids, but does what is necessary to keep them interested in the business. This show has a perfect tone - it's a drama, but it's not dreary (Breaking Bad) or silly (Dirty Sexy Money) or over the top (The Mentalist). They call it a dark comedy, and maybe it is a little? But it's not funny, per se. It's intelligent, deep, and you like these highly flawed characters.